The amount of resources in an ecosystem has great effect on the balance within it. If there is no change in resource availability and the populations of the species within it remains steady, then the ecosystem will likely be quite balanced. But, if say, a good majority of the plants in a particular ecosystem are killed by disease or deforestation, it can result in creatures that eat plants being in competition with each other. This creates an unbalanced ecosystem, and the dependent species will either need to reduce their population or move to another area in order to become balanced with the ecosystem again. Some other factors that can affect ecosystem balance are availability of space, water, and mating partners.
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